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  • LIFE

    A little help

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 22/01/2021

    » Year two of the pandemic and families and individuals are still facing financial insecurity. Lend a hand by donating to these organisations, who provide assistance to those facing economic hardship and medical issues.

  • LIFE

    Well-Loved Dishes

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 08/01/2021

    » To commemorate its first birthday, Stage has a tasting menu that is a collection of its diners' most beloved dishes.

  • LIFE

    New Year, New You

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 08/01/2021

    » No one would fault you for indulging over the holidays, especially after the trying times of 2020. But a new year has begun and we are sure that you are now ready to sweat off those extra pounds. However, the same old fitness classes, gym routine, jogging route and YouTube HIIT workouts can sometimes not be enough to motivate one to get started, especially now that gyms are temporarily closed. Guru has a few novel and exciting ways to begin this year's fitness journey, a few online and a few to look forward to, as soon as the restrictions are lifted.

  • LIFE

    Thinking back, looking forward

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 25/12/2020

    » The end of each year is always the time to look back on one's day, week, month and year to learn from one's actions and improve for the new year. Guru speaks to a group of Thais, who reflect on their year, the good and the bad, and learn what they look forward to in 2021.

  • LIFE

    Farm fresh fare

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 25/12/2020

    » Anyone who has visited Sansiri's mixed-use space, T77 Community, will tell you that it is more than just a hideaway amid the chaos of Bangkok. The 64,000m² space is its own town, with an international school, housing developments, dental hospital and community mall. It is now home to Sansiri Backyard, a new green space reserved for organic farming and shops that sell potted plants and produce that has been freshly plucked from the farm.

  • TRAVEL

    Comfort given a mining twist

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 18/12/2020

    » When one pictures mining, the words luxury, refinement, beauty and utter relaxation are certainly not the first ones that come to mind. But these words aptly describe this tin mine-themed resort along Phuket's Nai Yang shoreline. Trust me: you can wear your whites here with no fear of them getting covered in soot.

  • LIFE

    Gifts that give back

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 11/12/2020

    » Here it comes again: the season of gift-giving. If you're still pondering about what to get for your loved ones after the rough, challenging year we've all been through, consider the options available from these social enterprises. You will see that the items they offer are not only useful, but also helpful to those in need. Purchases will really make a big difference in providing care for animals, education for children, medical treatments for the sick, aid for the underprivileged and employment for members in our society with physical impairments. Here's a list of places to check out to make this year's gift-giving your most meaningful one yet.

  • LIFE

    Peranakan Flavours

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 27/11/2020

    » Finding Peranakan food in Bangkok can be a challenge. When the craving for Peranakan flavours strikes, one would typically make do with some laksa, which can be found at a few eateries in the city. Now, however, a larger section of the cuisine is within reach, as Carlton Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit opens Plate, a restaurant that shines the spotlight on Peranakan and Singaporean favourites. Plate bears the same name as its sister branch in Carlton Singapore.

  • TRAVEL

    Into the outdoors

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 27/11/2020

    » Getting back to nature is always a great idea, yet sometimes it seems to be a trade off for modern conveniences. Thanks to the rise of camping sites across the nation that come well-equipped with amenities, we can have the best of both worlds. Bring out the adventurer in you while delighting in modern comforts. This may be the perfect time to explore Thailand's abundant nature. Here's where to head.

  • LIFE

    Everything is not going to be OK

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 20/11/2020

    » Circle Theatre, founded by a group of Chulalongkorn alumni, is producing a play entitled 'OK Land'. It is set in a convenience store in a fictional country called "Angel Land", which resembles Thailand. The play discusses the many situations people are experiencing during the pandemic. Guru speaks to director Paspawisa Jewpattanagul and playwright Nuttamon Pramsumran about the play.

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